Yamanakako Onsen Benifujinoyu

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Yamanakako Onsen Benifujinoyu

Yamanakako Onsen Benifujinoyu
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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Swiss-skier
Surrey, UK35 contributions
....when in Rome
Mar 2019
Decided to combine this with our Chureito Pagoda visit. The bus ride from Mount Fuji station was fairly straightforward. There are separate areas for male and female - blue for male, red for female, if I recall but do check. The men's outdoor onsen is about 100m from the indoor onsens and down a flight of steps - its a bit chilly without clothes on(!). The onsen users consisted of local Japanese men, not touristy at all. The outdoor onsens pools are very relaxing but you can't see Fuji from them.

The timetable for the return bus trip was a little confusing, as was the payment for the fare - you pay on exit(!)
Written February 4, 2020
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Sunshine720773
Taito, Japan14 contributions
Bathing in the shadow of Mount Fuji
Jul 2019 • Family
Modern well organised large Onsen with many different baths both inside and outside. Gender separate, no bathing costumes allowed as per the Japanese way. Beautiful views of Mount Fuji whilst bathing outside, amazing! Not too expensive either.
Written July 10, 2019
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Marini Naomi O
Jakarta, Indonesia19 contributions
Awkward and comfortable at the same time
Sep 2017 • Family
It was my second time here. It was awkward every time we stripping ourselves in front of so many people. But because no one care and no one staring, so we felt awkward if we don't do like the locals do. The onsen itself is a big space area, with 4 major pools. The outdoor pools gave you another unforgettable experience you won't missed!
Written September 14, 2017
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jsieffer
Jersey City, NJ17 contributions
Amazing onsen
Apr 2017 • Friends
Straightforward hot spring onsen without frills, but bath area is very nice! Many types of tubs indoors and out.
Written April 29, 2017
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c c
Jakarta, Indonesia55 contributions
you should try, yamanakako Onsen
Dec 2016 • Couples
This is the first time I was naked in public pools, but you do not have to worry about privacy. The Onsen makes us feel good because the rooms are divided between men and women. You can not use the shoes into the room but they provide lockers shoe with a deposit of ¥ 100 and they will refund your money when you are finished. If you do not bring towels, you have to borrow a towel at the front office and after that you need to store your belongings in a locker with a deposit of ¥ 100. For hygiene reasons, they do not allow people who have tattoos into the pool but at times there are tourists who have a small tattoo getting into the pool. You should wash your body before going into the pool and do not use a towel into the bathroom. they have 3 swimming pool with a wave and you can enjoy views of Mount Fuji while soaking in hot water. they say that this pool can cure many diseases, but for me, this experience is the best medicine Besides relieving fatigue.
Written January 14, 2017
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jolinpl
Singapore496 contributions
Lovely view of Mount Fuji
Dec 2016 • Family
Came here with countryside tour Forest bus . The adult entry is Y800 per entry , students Y600 and additional Y100 for towels or Y220 for two towels ( one to bring into the onsen). You put your shoes in s locker ( refundable Y100) then you enjoy your onsen . Also need another refundable Y100 for the locker in the onsen room.
The onsens are lovely . The indoor ones comprise of three pools including one with bubbles . The outdoor ones have two pools. Both offer a magnificent view of Mount Fuji . Lovely! The only set back is they do not provide combs!

The food there is payable by machine. We could not read Japanese and got by by matching the food to the characters . There are dishes like Katsudon, curry rice , noodles , milk and ice-cream . Quite delicious.
Allow two to three hours there with onsen and food.

Written December 8, 2016
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JONATHAN H
London, UK73 contributions
Huge Onsen for families
Aug 2016 • Solo
Huge facility with a number of indoor and outdoor pools. Seperate facilties with a large number of great food outlets. One of the nicest onsen in japan.
Written August 11, 2016
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wanderlust_rambler
Sydney, Australia923 contributions
A lot of tour groups so a little crowded...
Jul 2016 • Friends
In recent years it has been marketing towards foreigners looking for an authentic onsen experience. Unfortunately, for me that takes away the authenticity and so I much prefer going to the onsen ryokans or hotels in Hakone or Kawaguchiko. Nevertheless, the baths are nice with views of Mount Fuji and a few types of baths of varying temperatures.

There is a large dining room with Japanese-style low tables as well as western dining tables. Buy tickets from the vending machine - there is a good selection of food available however it is all in japanese. There are some photos with the japanese words and prices on the pictures. There is also a small cafe with beer, drinks and ice cream you can order at. Food is average. My soba was huge with tons of noodles, some pork, tempura and vegies.

Loved the help yourself condiments like chilli sauce - so rare in Japan!!!

This place has a strict no shoes policy and you must leave your shoes in refundable 100 yen lockers at the entrance. There is also a small souvenir shop downstairs.
Written July 4, 2016
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JunkoTOKYOJAPAN
257 contributions
Try Japanese Spa "Onsen" with Mt.Fuji view!
Dec 2015 • Couples
You can enjoy Onsen and very nice view of Mt.Fuji. Year by year, the number of foreign tourists has increased! You can try it!
改装して、洗い場から富士山を真正面に眺めることができ、数も増えました。でも、露天風呂は変わらず、ややイモ洗いですが、気持ちのよい温泉です。山中湖に行ったらはずせない。
Written May 4, 2016
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Henrik W
Copenhagen, Denmark15 contributions
Great onsen near Lake Yamanaka
Apr 2016 • Couples
We decided to go here on a cloudy and rainy day when there was little else to do. The onsen has three or four indoor baths and two outdoor baths, with different temperatures, and two saunas (one dry and one steam). All in all a very nice onsen, and although the restaurant has a certain cantine-feel to it the food was good and reasonably priced (which the onsen entry ticket is as well by the way, 800 yen in april 2016. Just keep in mind you have to rent towels if you dont bring your own, and will cost ca 350 yen extra). If you are in the Fuji Five lakes area and you have not tried an onsen yet (and are not planning to go to an exceptional one later in your trip), you must use the oportunity and go here!
Written April 28, 2016
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